elle, starting over. you may remember me.
sighdie:


haha you keep saying that word and i’m like 
i don’t even know what drowning is! 
how do you even say it, droneing? drawning? 
just come in the water and you’ll find out some things

“We’re Fine Here, How Are You?” Normal Moments In Art History Where No One Is About To Get Murdered

sighdie:

haha you keep saying that word and i’m like

i don’t even know what drowning is!

how do you even say it, droneing? drawning?

just come in the water and you’ll find out some things

“We’re Fine Here, How Are You?” Normal Moments In Art History Where No One Is About To Get Murdered

cxnsored:

ollie-murphy:

ive been buying old magazines for collages and i found this

This is the best thing I’ve ever read.

cxnsored:

ollie-murphy:

ive been buying old magazines for collages and i found this

This is the best thing I’ve ever read.

littleworries:

If you feel like maybe I owe you some words then I almost certainly do. And I almost certainly had them but I walked near the water and bits of me always fall in and I think perhaps your words fell in.  If you live downriver from me then do sit quiet and close and they will float by soon. If you live upriver I shall make more say more and find you.

littleworries:

If you feel like maybe I owe you some words then I almost certainly do. And I almost certainly had them but I walked near the water and bits of me always fall in and I think perhaps your words fell in.  If you live downriver from me then do sit quiet and close and they will float by soon. If you live upriver I shall make more say more and find you.

drawingdetail:

Mikhail Vrubel, The Artist’s Left Hand, 1882-83. Black chalk and charcoal on paper, 18.6 x 26.8 cm. The Russian Museum, Saint Petersburg. 

drawingdetail:

Mikhail Vrubel, The Artist’s Left Hand, 1882-83. Black chalk and charcoal on paper, 18.6 x 26.8 cm. The Russian Museum, Saint Petersburg. 

explore-blog:

In 1967, shortly after illustrating a Tolstoy novel and four years after his iconic Where the Wild Things Are, Maurice Sendak was commissioned to illustrate a 30th anniversary edition of Tolkien’s The Hobbit (the original edition of which the author had illustrated himself). However, the project fell through and this drawing is the only surviving Sendak illustration from it.
Complement with Tolkien’s own little-known art.
(via Open Culture)

explore-blog:

In 1967, shortly after illustrating a Tolstoy novel and four years after his iconic Where the Wild Things Are, Maurice Sendak was commissioned to illustrate a 30th anniversary edition of Tolkien’s The Hobbit (the original edition of which the author had illustrated himself). However, the project fell through and this drawing is the only surviving Sendak illustration from it.

Complement with Tolkien’s own little-known art.

(via Open Culture)